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Sentar Inc. Appoints Dan Lambert as New Director of Missiles, Space Systems, and R&D

Sentar Continues Pattern of Growth by Hiring Daniel Lambert as Director within Sentar’s Land, Air, and Space Division

Huntsville, AL – August 25, 2016 – Sentar announced today that Daniel Lambert has joined Sentar as Director within the Land, Air, and Space Division with specific focus on Missile Defense Agency, Space and Missile Defense Command, and Airforce. Dan’s responsibilities also include leading Sentar’s innovative technology development as Director of R&D. Dan comes with over twenty years of Industry experience with specific focus on the Huntsville Department of Defense and Federal community. 

Prior to joining Sentar, Dan served as Senior Manager of Missile Defense for Harris Corporation (Huntsville site), where he was the Program Manager and Business Developer for the multi-million dollar ID/IQ Test Execution Services and Launch Augmentation (TESLA) contract with the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC). Previous to Harris, Dan was Vice President of Advanced Technology for Analytical Services, Inc. (ASI), where he was recognized for winning the Missile Defense Data Center contract with the Missile Defense Agency, a $500M Small Business Set Aside. Positions earlier in his career include Director of Information Engineering with L-3 Communications (12 years) and as a Senior Systems Engineer at Marshall Space Flight Center while employed at Computer Science Corporation (CSC) (6 years). Dan proudly served in the United States Marine Corps and holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville as well as a Master of Business Administration from the University of Alabama.

“Dan’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already positioned him as a key addition to the Sentar family”, said Dale Brown, Executive Vice President. “I’m confident that Dan will significantly expand our market reach and contribute to our customer-centric culture.”

 

 

 

 

 

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